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A large rate increase approved by the retirement board Thursday could mean Merced County has to cough up more than $3 million to fund its retirement system starting next year.
The Merced County retirement board will consider increasing the county’s contribution rate to the retirement system by at least 4 percent during its board meeting today.
Livingston leaders have released three new scenarios outlining increases to residents’ water and sewer rates over the next five years.
The City Council voted on Monday to increase the number of people on the Measure H Oversight committee from five to seven, along with other revisions to the ordinance.
The Merced County Department of Workforce Investment reached thousands of job seekers last year, but county officials said Tuesday the department is now focusing on the free services it offers businesses.
Merced County Supervisor John Pedrozo announced Friday his personal assistant, Brenda Valenzuela-Porras, is no longer employed by Merced County, effective immediately.
The bidding for Merced County’s permanent ambulance provider has begun, more than a year after the county canceled an award to a competing ambulance company and restarted the process.
The Merced County Board of Supervisors today will review a report from the county’s Department of Workforce Investment that details the activity at the county’s Worknet office and future goals for the department.
Recent high-profile incidents involving Merced County employees have sparked questions about the county’s use of background checks to screen new hires.
A number of candidates will run unopposed in the June primary election, including Assemblyman Adam Gray, D-Merced, who is seeking a second term in District 21.